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Q: I have a secon generation Honda FIT 2009 model. Which fluid should i use for my transmission CVT or ATF?

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I have a secon generation Honda FIT 2009 model. Which fluid should i use for my transmission CVT or ATF?
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: You should use Honda ATF-Z1 fluid. This is ...

You should use Honda ATF-Z1 fluid. This is supposed to be the correct fluid for all vehicles 2010 and older.

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